Step 1/ Participate in Ghana’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certified training. Basic level certification required
Step 2/ You need a stationary structure with location address. You are not allowed to sell on trucks or moving vehicles
Step 3/ Register with the Registrar General’s Department for certificate to operate an input shop
Step 4/ Go back to EPA and apply for a license ( estimated cost: 400 Ghana Cedis. Annual renewal). Kindly confirm the actual amount with the relevant officer in charge
Step 5/ Subscribe to Agriculture in Ghana Media for news on Ghana’s agro input sector and keep yourself updated. News subscription is free and always will be.
As a agro-input dealer, you need to be truthful to your farmers and sell them quality and approved agri-inputs. We recommend you sell products from CropLife Ghana member companies to be assured of farmer clients and profits.
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